Inn de Berm

Address: Capelseweg 218, Capelle aan den IJssel, Zuid-Holland, 2907 XE, Netherlands | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Capelseweg 218, Capelle aan den IJssel, is near Kijk-Kubus (Show-Cube), Arboretum Trompenburg, World Port Centre, and Tropicana.
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Travel Blogs from Capelle aan den IJssel

Willemstad to Schuddebeurs

A travel blog entry by globalshepherds on Jul 30, 2014

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... about Napoleon to see if he was right. He quickly started saying that it was a rumor and that I would not find that story on the internet...right...I just wanted to keep him on his toes and I got a kick from that.

The meal was very good and one of the fancier ones we've had during our tour. When we made our dessert selection I told him clearly that I wanted my coffee WITH my dessert he said no, that the dessert was too delicate and that the coffee ...

Off to Brugge

A travel blog entry by webformation on Jun 25, 2014

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... modern and only three years old. She had owned the land for 14 years before she started building. There was a back garden and water feature suffering a little from recent dry weather. Marietta drove us downtown making a deviation around some road works. Cyclists were everywhere and no one seemed to wear a helmet. Young girls and middle aged women seemed to enjoy bike riding as much as men. At railway stations and city squares the numbers of parked bikes were obvious ...

Tot ziens Amsterdam!

A travel blog entry by kimrobbie on May 01, 2014

... of interesting facts about the city, it certainly didn't always have canals, but it's name does come from how it began, when people built a dam across the Amstel River. It probably had it's heyday in the 1500s and 1600s when it was a sea power to be reckoned with and even it's artists were some of the world's best. One of the coolest things we saw was a world globe made in the ...

#3 THE BIG DAY!

A travel blog entry by shereebarker92 on Feb 26, 2014

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... I was 7kg over...ouch.) I was relieved that they were finally checked in though, as I will not see them now until I arrive in China tomorrow morning. Saying goodbye to my parents was one of the most emotional times, and going through security alone with a tear-stained face probably wasn't the best look. Yet we managed our farewells sensibly, and once I was through the security I felt a little more relaxed as I had time to kill. But ...

Last day in Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by emmadally on Jun 29, 2013

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... asked if he could sit with us. He sat sooo close! Completely invading my personal bubble! And he would not stop talking! I was so tired. Even me and Nadiah weren't talking to each other. We were in an agreed silence! I didn't want to be making small talk with this weirdo! But then he said he worked for a charity in London who work with the homeless and oap's so then I felt bad for just assuming he was weird because he sat so close and wanted to talk to ...